«Community» column

Sher Vancouver: Vancouver’s LGBTQ+ South Asian Non-Profit

March 2nd, 2023; By Sarah Leung

Sher Vancouver LGBTQ Friends Society, or “Sher Vancouver” for short,” is an LGBTQ+ registered charity that provides for the B.C. South Asian community. “Sher” is a Persian word meaning “lion.” All […]

“I Feel Empty”: How To Make Sense Of “Feeling Empty” And How To Get Better

March 2nd, 2023; By Tiffany Chang

Without a doubt, emotions remain a very complex topic. This complexity especially refers to dealing with negative emotions. Common examples are anger, sadness, and frustration. Nonetheless, another one that some […]

Advice for Handling Winter as It Stretches into February and Impacts Your Mental/Physical Health

February 2nd, 2023; By Tiffany Chang

Winter can be a very interesting season. While it brings heartwarming moments like seeing snowball fights or Christmas decorations, winter undoubtedly has some negative facets as well. These include sometimes […]

A look at Seasonal Affective Disorder

February 2nd, 2023; By author below

By Bhargavi Venkataraman When the days get shorter and the wind gets chillier, people seem to want to stay in bed just a little longer. It becomes harder to get […]

Examples of recent movies, shows, and games with positive portrayals of disabilities

January 9th, 2023; By author below

By Rabia Khan Winter and the holiday season are all about experimenting with content; the weather forecast has somehow forced us to rely on Netflix and quit us from going […]

A look at the AGO’s spotlight on Indigenous artists for 2023

January 9th, 2023; By author below

The Art Gallery of Ontario, or the AGO, is spotlighting a range of talented Indigenous artists in the new year. Beginning in January, the AGO will showcase works by artists […]

The Indigenous History of Maple Syrup

January 9th, 2023; By author below

By Maryam Sheikh What’s your pancake topping of choice? Whipped cream, butter, or perhaps…smooth and sweet maple syrup? December 17th marked National Maple Syrup Day, and in honour of this […]